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Every single one of us fails but most of us never own up to it We get embarrassed in a certain situation and find it easier to blame the person next to us So the fault ends up on them and we get off free It is what most of were taught while growing up In society perfection is so appealing it makes us as individuals look better But most people dont know that not owning up to your own faults and failures sets you back even more than if you accept them and continue to learn and move on Growing up in school I would always have a hard time comprehending what we were learning math and never did well I was always so frustrated and embarrassed that I failed almost every assignment I felt as though I was the only one who did not understand I never told anyone that I was having a hard time not my parents or my teacher And I would never tell my friends my grades in math because I thought they would think I was stupid But I never blamed myself for never studying I would blame the teacher for not teaching the subject well or a person in the class was talking during the lesson distracting me so I couldnt pay attention Never was it my fault for not studying or not asking questions when I didnt understand And the grades on my assignments would show time and time again My brother was in a similar situation as me only his dealt with athletics My brother has always been an athletic person ever since little league He was the best one on the team ever since he starting playing Growing up his skills continued to increase and the coaches always had their eyes on him especially during the season when his overall performance would increase immensely But as soon as it became off season and
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